California Victory Gardens was founded to unlock the true and complete potential of the edible landscape and the sustainable garden pallet for its clients and the community; to bridge the gap between good nutrition, opportunity for education, enhancement of the natural world and community benefit. California Victory Gardens encourages home-owners and business owners alike to move into the future of produce by taking a step back to a simpler time when private and community gardening was accessible, available and sustainable.
Now, California Victory Gardens has grown to provide complete landscape design/build services. Our expertise includes not only edible landscapes but also creative planting palates, custom hardscapes, natural water features, comprehensive irrigation systems and complete low voltage LED outdoor lighting.
• Complete Design/Build
• Culinary Gardens
• Historic Preservation
• Professional Outdoor Lighting
• Lawn Conversion
• Custom hardscapes
• Natural Waterscapes
What is edible landscaping?
Edible landscaping uses fruit, nut, herb, or vegetable-producing plants to replace the traditional landscape roles of ornamental plants. For example, blueberries make beautiful flowering shrubs and hedges, and dwarf citrus trees can be trained to create a fence line or an architectural highlight in the yard. Edible landscapes provide the same visual impact as traditional landscapes, but with the added benefit of healthy fruits, vegetables, nuts, or herbs.Visit our Services page to learn more about this delicious, and practical landscaping option.
Antelope, Auburn, Cameron Park, Citrus Heights, Davis, El Dorado Hills, Elk Grove, Elverta, Fair Oaks, Folsom, Granite Bay, Lincoln, Loomis, Newcastle, Orangevale, Penryn, Rancho Cordova, Rio Linda, Rocklin, Roseville, Sacramento, West Sacramento, and beyond.
California Victory Gardens is owned and operated by Brian Kesler, a licensed contractor. He was inspired to start the business in order to fill what he saw as a need for more sustainable landscaping and to be a part of building a stronger community through environmentally conscious neighborhood development.